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John F Kennedy Section 20 Outline

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Section 20.1 1) John F. Kennedy was a hero who was born in 1978 and was the 35th president of the United States of America Fidel Castro was a Cuban revolutionary leader who was a communist and was friendly to the Soviet Union Hot Line was a direct phone used by the United States and Germany leaders to communicate in case another war arose. Flexible Response was a policy developed by Kennedy’s military that strengthened and modernized the military’s fighting ways. Berlin Wall was a concrete wall with barbed wire at the top that divided Berlin City into two. Limited test ban treaty was an agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union that barred the testing of nuclear in the air. 3) President Kennedy warned that America would not …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Describes betty friedan's unhappy life in the 1950s, even though she was married and had children.
  • Explains that national organization for women was formed by 28 women to pursue women's goal.
  • Explains that the social change wave of 1960 that was witnessed across america had a great impact, especially on the nation's youth.
  • Explains that art reflects social behavior and changes. what we eat will also be determined by what we see and hear. reggae music tends to have its listeners keeping long hair.
  • Explains that john f. kennedy was a hero who was born in 1978 and was the 35th president of the united states of america.
  • Explains that equal rights amendments was an amendment in 1972 that gave both men and women equal rights. phyllis schlafly felt that equal rights amendments would lead to horrible in the family.
  • Explains that the beatles were a british band made up of four youth and played rock music.

Equal Rights Amendments was an amendment in 1972 that gave both men and women equal rights. Phyllis Schlafly was a conservative who felt that EQUAL Rights Amendments would lead to horrible in the family. 2) Women would be having abortions without any fear, prefer same-sex marriage, hate men and refuse to adopt their husbands’ last name upon marriage. Section 23.3 1) The counterculture was a culture in the 1960s so different from the mainstream. Haight-Ashbury was in San Francisco where members lived commonly. The Beatles was a British band made up of four youth and played rock music. Woodstock was music and art fair held in August 1969 and by more than 40 000 people attended. 3) Hippies looked down upon the mainstream. They thought their culture was old and had a boring lifestyle. Reading was not a must to them. On the other hand, mainstream viewed the Hippies as spoilt and a cursed generation. 4) No one in the society can allow their beliefs because they appear to be unrealistic. 5) They felt American society had grown hollow. The youth left schools and their homes to create a peaceful and loving society. Signs of the

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